Messages on Colossians
Pastor Ryan Lenerz looks at Colossians 1 and how the. birth of Jesus brought about the reconciliation of humanity to God.
Pastor Ryan encourages us all to become people of gratitude who routinely give thanks in all circumstances.
Pastor Ryan takes a look at how many are taught as kids that the Bible is an instruction book for life. But more importantly, it is the book that points us to the word of God, Jesus Christ.
Pastor Brent Clark addresses the lie that some believe that God is a white, male, Republican, but he also addresses the more dangerous underlying tendency to make God in our own image. Sermon Transcript In June of 1964, a man took the pulpit of a church and prayed this prayer: This is a prayer that, for that day, could have been prayed in any church in America. I did update the language a bit to take out the Thines and…
Pastors Brent and Ryan team up again to revisit the series Who Do You Think You Are to look at the importance of understanding what it means to center our identity in Jesus Christ.
Pastor Brent kicks off a new series that looks at how we can leave a mark on the world and live our lives for more than just ourselves. The first message shares the story of Ben and how being prayerful, alert, and ready gave several people around Ben the opportunity to share Jesus with him.
Pastor Ryan Lenerz concludes the Awkward series by seeing how even though we elevate the Apostle Paul as someone who often shared his faith, he often did so with the help of others as a team. My Roll on a Basketball Team I really enjoy playing basketball. Maybe it’s because I’ve always been tall – but basketball has been a part of my life for as long as I could dribble a ball. I still try to play at least…
Pastor Ryan Lenerz kicks off a new series for 2018, The Lost Arts: Ancient Practices for a Post-Modern Faith, by looking at the lost art of prayer.
Sermon Podcast Audio Your browser does not support the audio element. The Holidays It’s finally November and I think for most of us, this signals that the holiday season is upon us. Thanksgiving is two and a half weeks away and Christmas is just around the corner. Most of you have probably begun making your plans for the holidays already—you know where you are spending Thanksgiving and Christmas, you know which days you are taking off work, and you know what dessert you…